Colorado Springs, CO (March 23, 2023) - The National Wheelchair Basketball Association (NWBA) Hall of Fame is pleased to announce Baron Championship Rings as the Official Championship Ring Provider of the Hall of Fame through 2025. As part of this partnership, Baron Championship Rings and the Hall of Fame will provide custom-designed rings to all inductees.
"Our class of 2023 NWBA Hall of Fame Inductees will reach out their hand on stage in Wichita, KS, and have a Baron Championship Ring placed on their finger,” said David Kiley, Chairman of the NWBA Hall of Fame. “I anticipate a Hall of Fame ring of this caliber will only be received with nothing but pride and smiles. As the HOF Chairman, I am proud to see this kind of partnership happening in 2023 for the best in our game with an industry leader and I am grateful to Baron for their support of wheelchair basketball and for providing this elite form of recognition to our Inductees."
The partnership with the Baron Championship Rings is in line with the NWBA Hall of Fame mission to honor the best in the game and celebrate excellence in wheelchair basketball. Baron® Championship Rings is a brand that embodies respect, connection, and excellence. With over 25 years of experience, Baron has designed and crafted custom rings for high schools, colleges, and pro-market clients across North America.
“On behalf of Baron Championship Rings it is my pleasure to announce our partnership with the National Wheelchair Basketball Association Hall Of Fame,” said President Drina Baron-Zinyk “We are excited to work together to align our goals and build a strong partnership that includes creating a unique and memorable induction ceremony. We look forward to a long-lasting relationship and being responsible for their HOF commemorative collection moving forward.”
The Class of 2023 Induction Ceremony will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2023, in Wichita, Kansas. Four new individuals will join the ranks of the Hall, including three Competitors and one Contributor. The evening will kick off with a red-carpet event, hosted by five-time Paralympian Matt Scott and live-streamed online.
“I want to thank Baron Championship Rings for believing in our mission and vision to recognize our Competitors and Contributors in the game. Our strong partnership with Baron will add to the street cred of our sport’s elite Hall of Fame members,” said Kiley.
To learn more about the NWBA Hall of Fame and to get additional information about the induction ceremony, visit www.nwba.org/hof and follow @nwbahof on Instagram and Facebook.
About Baron Championship Rings
Baron® Championship Rings is a brand that embodies respect, connection, and excellence. For over 25 years, we have designed and crafted custom rings for high schools, colleges, and pro-market clients across North America. Our commitment to these values is evident in every aspect of our work, from our meticulous approach to design and production to our unwavering dedication to customer satisfaction. To learn more about our Championship Rings and how we can help you celebrate your achievements, visit baronrings.com
About the NWBA Hall of Fame
Founded in 1973 to recognize and honor the best players and contributors in wheelchair basketball, the NWBA Hall of Fame’s mission is to document and preserve our history; honor the best of the game; promote our core values, which are commitment, excellence, integrity, honor, respect, and community. Every year, the Hall of Fame Committee receives nominations in two categories (competitor and contributor) and from those nominations, the HOF Committee places its votes to induct individuals. For more information on the Hall of Fame, please visit www.nwba.org/hof.